Biden vuole test COVID-19 per i viaggiatori aerei 24 hours before international flights
Presidente Biden‘s planned requirement for incoming international travelers to have a negative COVID-19 test within 24 hours of departing is set to begin next week.
A senior administration official confirmed to Fox News on Thursday that the 24-hour testing requirement, che Biden ha annunciato ufficialmente all'inizio della giornata, will take effect Monday. Tutti i viaggiatori, regardless of vaccination or citizenship status, will be subject to the changed regulation.
In precedenza, only the unvaccinated were required to show a negative test 24 hours prior to departure, while those that were vaccinated had to show a negative test within 72 ore.
The changes come as part of Biden’s winter plan to combat COVID-19 as cases of the omicron variant were detected negli Stati Uniti. questa settimana. CLICCA QUI PER MAGGIORI INFORMAZIONI SULLA NOSTRA STORIA PRINCIPALE.
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Senate OKs bill to fund government until Feb. 18, likely averting shutdown
Senate lawmakers voted Thursday night to approve a bill that funds the government through Feb. 18, avoiding a government shutdown with roughly 24 hours to spare despite a partisan clash regarding President Biden’s federal vaccine mandate.
Il Senato ha votato 69-28 in favor of the continuing resolution, which approves government funding at the prior year’s levels until a new bipartisan agreement is reached. The resolution includes $ 7 billion in new funding to support Afghan refugees.
The bill now proceeds to Biden’s desk for final approval. CLICCA QUI PER MAGGIORI INFORMAZIONI.
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Alec Baldwin TV interview has fellow actor calling ‘bulls—t’
Ex “Duchi di Hazzard” stella John Schneider shared his thoughts Thursday night on Alec Baldwin‘s TV interview with ABC News regarding the “Ruggine” riprese sul set cinematografico.
In a conversation with ABC’s George Stephanopoulos, Baldwin claimed that despite holding a gun at a New Mexico movie set on Oct. 21, lui “didn’t pull the trigger.” A shot fired from the firearm ended up killing cinematographer Halyna Hutchins.
Schneider questioned the conversation, asking whether viewers were supposed to “believe that a gun went off by itself.”
“This is a wonderful business we all work in. We are honored and privileged to be part of it,” Schneider continued. “So when someone takes a crap – which obviously George and Alec have done here and obviously this woman is still deceased. Her family is still without a mother, without a wife. This is absurd.”
Schneider said he believes “the propaganda machine” is responsible for perpetuating the idea that Baldwin “is a victim.” CLICCA QUI PER MAGGIORI INFORMAZIONI.
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